I went with my mom and my son (on his buggy).They don't facilitate a left for buggy so I did not know how to take my son's buggy up. The Chinese women who works in the resturant offered to teach me how move up my...More
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I had expected a Malaysian restaurant, but the menu offerings were from all over Asia (Malaysia, China and Thailand). The food was really tasty, however, and the speciality was salty fish fried rice, which was unusual and delicious. Service was good except that the Chinese...More
Review by Dr M Sim. Owners and chefs are from Malaysia. Waitress is from Taiwan. Good value for money for tourist. Service is above average as we were served by the owner. The food is good. Enjoyed it. Value for money. Regards Dr Sim.
Had the Aubergine with mince pork and the crispy chicken. Both were well portioned and enough for 2. The mango sherbet was fab and so was the mango sago. Taste of home for sure. Had plain and fried rice. The Char Koay Teow was previously...More
A substantial number of dishes on offer with a good selection of Malay and Thai meals. Excellent vegetarian selection. Seating area perhaps a little basic but the service is friendly and attentive.
We missed the lunch special hours as that was cheaper and good value. Either the way, the food was authentic and tasted of home (Malaysia). Big portions.
Rumours has been a favourite of mine for many years now and my go-to place for one of my fav dishes Nasi Lemak, Recently, however, they've changed their Malaysian curry sauce recipe and it's just not the same sadly. Undeterred, I decided to try an...More
This is a composite review, since we ate at Kopitiam twice in the space of a couple of weeks. Yes, it's that good. This is an Asian restaurant with the emphasis on Malaysian food. For starters, the chicken and mango spring rolls and sambal eggs...More
You feel like you are walking into an entrance to an office but just turn left and go with it. The food is really good and they do lots of fun drinks, like bubble teas and milkshakes. Always busy even at strange times of the...More